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Assessment Bulletin Board. The students can write something they learned on a post it note, and stick it to the door as they leave.

exit ticket on a sticky note and stick it on the door on the way out for a quick assessment of understanding. Make this like a laminated poster I can put out when I do sticky note exit passes.

Back-to-school activity to get an idea who your students are and start the year on a good note. I'm definitely doing this!

First Day Activity~ Get to know your students and find out THEIR expectations! Just need sticky notes and poster board! I absolutely love this idea. I might even add a silly photo of myself. What a great way to assess the beginning of school. Then, I cou

Win-Win - Be a Bucket Filler NOT a Bucket Emptier (as a teacher - check on Thursday to ensure EVERYONE has at least one in there)

The bucket filler board is a must! The kids can fill a bucket ANY time they want to! Every Friday, they check their buckets to find the kind words others have left for them to read. Also goes along with the book, 'Have You Filled a Bucket Today?

Head Over Heels For Teaching: Monday Made It: Classroom Decor

Exit ticket poster with stickies! I really like this exit ticket poster idea. This is a great classroom procedure to implement at the end of the day to assess what the students learned that particular day.

Think I will have to use this.

Classroom Decor Classroom Sign Teacher by LittleLifeDesigns -- I will definitely use this is my classroom because it gives each student a sense of value.that they are respected and loved in my classroom. It also creates a welcoming environment.

This would be great a teacher birthday board,( with the write up sheet that u hand out to each teacher on the first day of school.

Interactive Notebook Templates (1000+ Editable Foldables - Commercial Use Okay)

This would be a great teacher birthday board, with the write up sheet that u hand out to each teacher on the first day of school.

When my high school students ask a question no one in the class knows (including myself), they can put it up on the Google Board.  Students can bring back a written answer to one of the questions of their choice each week for extra credit, or whatever incentive you choose. They get really excited when a question comes up that they can put on the board and find out the answer to later...

When a student asks a question no one knows the answer to, including the teacher, the question will go up on this board. Students can bring back a written answer to one of the questions of their choice each week for extra credit.

I am so making this bulletin board; I think it would be a good board to have up at the beginning of the school year.  I can use any extra dust jacket of a simple printout of the book jacket will do!!

I would add student writing on an index card with perhaps why they chose that cover to make it more student centered. Love the idea. * could also change it to say "but here's my writing" and display student writing samples

Need a break...grab a stick.

MOVEMENT-- Brain Break Sticks: I don't teach but I can see this being good for me during work. Sometimes you just need a break from the computer screen. Might as well get in some type of workout in.

If you have extra time or kids are getting antsy, pick a stick and do a one minute activity. Great for management

One minute activities to get the kids' blood pumping and to break up seatwork time. Say "activity time" choose a stick and set the timer.

1. Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. 2. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. 3. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school.

Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school. one week to finish missing work

How to decorate a classroom for under 25 dollars! Some neat ideas and DIY projects here!

Tabb @ First Grade Awesomeness: How I Decorated my Classroom For Under 25 Bucks! Great blue and green classroom!

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